Reports/Research/White Papers

Annual Employer Health Benefits Survey

The Kaiser Family Foundation conducts this annual survey of employers and provides a detailed look at trends in employer-sponsored health coverage, including premiums, employee contributions, cost-sharing provisions, and other relevant information.

Reports/Research/White Papers | Issue: Employer-Sponsored Coverage, Private-Market Health Insurance, Product and Market Issues | Strategic Communications | 06/05/2012

Small Group Health Insurance in 2010: A Comprehensive Survey of Premiums, Product Choices, and Benefits - [PDF]

In July 2010, America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) conducted a comprehensive survey of member companies offering coverage in the small group health insurance market. Responses included premium and benefit data from more than 477,000 small groups (those with 50 or fewer employees), reflecting approximately 3.7 million workers and 1.3 million dependents with coverage as of January 2010.

Reports/Research/White Papers | Issue: Employer-Sponsored Coverage, Health Savings Accounts and Consumer-Directed Plans, Private-Market Health Insurance, Product and Market Issues, Small Group Market | Center for Policy and Research, Product Policy | 07/08/2011

January 2011 Census Shows 11.4 Million People Covered by Health Savings Account/High-Deductible Health Plans (HSA/HDHPs) - [PDF]

An annual census by America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) of U.S. health insurance carriers shows that the number of people covered by health savings account/high-deductible health plans (HSA/HDHPs) totaled 11.4 million in January 2011.

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Reports/Research/White Papers | Issue: Health Savings Accounts and Consumer-Directed Plans, Private-Market Health Insurance, Product and Market Issues | Center for Policy and Research | 06/16/2011

January 2011 Census Shows 11.4 Million People Covered by Health Savings Account/High-Deductible Health Plans (HSA/HDHPs)(Slides) - [PDF]

An annual census by America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) of U.S. health insurance carriers shows that the number of people covered by health savings account/high-deductible health plans (HSA/HDHPs) totaled 11.4 million in January 2011.

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Reports/Research/White Papers | Issue: Health Savings Accounts and Consumer-Directed Plans, Private-Market Health Insurance, Product and Market Issues | Center for Policy and Research | 06/16/2011

An Analysis of Health Savings Account Balances, Contributions, and Withdrawals in 2009 - [PDF]

A comprehensive study of financial activity in health savings accounts (HSAs). Data collected from three large banks contain detailed account information of more than 1.2 million HSA accounts open as of December 31, 2009.

Annual Employer Health Benefits Survey

The Kaiser Family Foundation conducts this annual survey of employers and provides a detailed look at trends in employer-sponsored health coverage, including premiums, employee contributions, cost-sharing provisions, and other relevant information.

Reports/Research/White Papers | Issue: Employer-Sponsored Coverage, Private-Market Health Insurance, Product and Market Issues | 09/02/2010

Individual Health Insurance 2009: A Comprehensive Survey of Premiums, Availability, and Benefits - [PDF]

The latest in a series of AHIP surveys shows that the market for individually purchased coverage is more affordable and accessible than may be widely known.

Reports/Research/White Papers | Issue: Individual Market Health Insurance, Individual Market Health Insurance, Private-Market Health Insurance, Product and Market Issues | Center for Policy and Research | 10/21/2009

Estimated Income Characteristics of HSA Accountholders in 2008 - [PDF]

For this follow-up study, the responding banks used a geo-coding technique to estimate the income characteristics of those HSA accountholders, which allows analysis of account balances, inflows and outflows by income range.

Reports/Research/White Papers | Issue: Health Savings Accounts and Consumer-Directed Plans, Private-Market Health Insurance, Product and Market Issues | Center for Policy and Research | 05/13/2009